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Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Using Visual C#
with Scott Cate



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The ASP.NET AJAX Extensions are a set of assemblies based on the .NET Framework 2.0 that make AJAX style web programming extremely simple. This course quickly dives into the history of AJAX and the simplification of AJAX made possible with the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions. You’ll learn how to make partial page updates, work with Web Services in JavaScript, advanced AJAX debugging techniques, and more. More...

Course includes 24+ hours of total training time...

  • 8 modules of training
  • Over 8 hours of media run time
  • Over 250 pages of courseware on CD-ROM
  • Step-by-step hands-on-labs
  • Sample code
ASP.NET AJAX Using Visual C#
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Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Using Visual C#

Modules Run Time Pages
8 8 hours 250

Microsoft has provided the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions, a set of assemblies based on the .NET Framework 2.0, which makes AJAX style web programming extremely simple. A task that used to take weeks; is now simplified to a drag and drop operation.

This course quickly dives into the history of AJAX and the simplification of AJAX made possible with the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions. You’ll learn how to make partial page updates, work with Web Services in JavaScript, advanced AJAX debugging techniques, and more.


In this course, you will learn:
  • Understand the prerequisites for ASP.NET AJAX.
  • Understand the fundamentals of AJAX, and the benefits of the ASP.NET framework.
  • Use the ScriptManager and the ScriptManagerProxy controls.
  • Automatically serve localized resources specific to the browser culture.
  • Understand The asynchronous communication that drives partial page updates.
  • Create partial page updates with the UpdatePanel.
  • Use over 30 control extenders written specifically for ASP.NET AJAX.
  • Create your own extender controls for code reuse.
  • Create an entire real world AJAX application from scratch.
  • Implement life changing JavaScript debugging techniques that will change the way you forever develop web applications.
  • Understand the difference between Server Side and Client side debugging.
  • Understand the difference and benefits of Release vs. Debug scripts.
  • Use an Object-Oriented approach to programming JavaScript.
  • Embed your JavaScript files as embedded resources to a .NET assembly.
  • Deploy an ASP.NET AJAX application
Prerequisites:

This course assumes you have a basic programming background and basic knowledge of Visual Basic, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and building Web-based applications using Visual Studio 2005.
Introducing AJAX Fundamentals
  • The AJAX User Experience
  • The basis of all things Ajax
  • Moving Beyond Full Page Refreshes
  • The Components of ASP.NET AJAX
Server Side ASP.NET AJAX
  • Configuring AJAX on the server
  • Script Manager Server Control
ASP.NET AJAX Server Controls
  • The Update Panel Control
  • Rendering partial pages
  • Other ASP.NET AJAX Controls
  • Client-side events and user feedback
  • AJAX Error Handling
Using the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit
  • Introduction to the Toolkit
  • A Tour of AJAX-enabled controls
  • Enhancing existing Web server controls
Developing Web Apps with AJAX
  • The ASP.NET AJAX Architecture
  • Building an AJAX application from scratch
  • Adding AJAX features to existing applications
  • Enabling AJAX in Web services
Debugging ASP.NET AJAX Applications
  • Debugging JavaScript in Internet Explorer
  • Debugging JavaScript in Firefox
  • Debugging HTTP traffic with Fiddler
  • Sys.Debug helper class
The AJAX Client Library
  • JavaScript extensions
  • The AJAX Sys namespace
  • Object-oriented AJAX extensions
  • Custom/Embedded Scripts
  • Debug vs. Runtime Scripts
Deploying ASP.NET AJAX Applications
  • Installing AJAX on the server
  • ASP.NET projects for AJAX deployment
  • Configuring the server

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Your Instructor

Scott Cate is the President of myKB.com, Inc., a technology company specializing in commercial ASP.NET applications. He is the co-author of the book Beginning AJAX with ASP.NET, and leader of the Arizona .NET User Groups, one of the largest and most active user group communities in the country. Scott has been awarded the Microsoft ASP.NET MVP for 5 years in a row, and he is a member of ASP.NETInsiders.com, a group devoted to providing early feedback directly to the Microsoft ASP.NET Team.

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